Running Cells as a service with SystemdCreated on 2019/11/07,
You can use systemd as a way to run cells as a service, it will provide you advantages such as automatically restarting your cells after failure.
Note: this configuration assume you have done a vanilla setup following our installation guides. Adapt to your specific setup if necessary.
/etc/systemd/system/cells.service file with following content:
[Unit] Description=Pydio Cells Documentation=https://pydio.com Wants=network-online.target After=network-online.target AssertFileIsExecutable=/home/pydio/cells [Service] WorkingDirectory=/home/pydio/.config/ User=pydio Group=pydio PermissionsStartOnly=true ExecStart=/bin/bash -c 'exec /home/pydio/cells start &>> /home/pydio/.config/pydio/cells/logs/cells.log' Restart=on-failure StandardOutput=journal StandardError=inherit LimitNOFILE=65536 TimeoutStopSec=5 KillSignal=INT SendSIGKILL=yes SuccessExitStatus=0 [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
If you are running Pydio Cells in a production environment, you probably want to enable production logging:
# Add en environment variable in the [Service] section Environment=PYDIO_LOGS_LEVEL=production
Then, enable and start the service:
sudo systemctl enable cells sudo systemctl start cells
Logs can then be found in
If you prefer having the logs integrated in the standard
journalctl service, you can replace the
ExecStart directive from the above file with:
The output of the service can then be tailed with this command:
```sh sudo journalctl -f -u cells